A San Diego nurse who received the first of two doses of Pfizer’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine reportedly fell ill and tested positive for the novel virus just a few days later.
In a Facebook post from Dec. 18, Matthew W., an emergency room nurse at two different Southern California hospitals, mentioned that he received his first Pfizer jab that same day. Other than a “sore arm,” Matthew says he felt fine and suffered no other noticeable side effects.
Six days later on Christmas Eve, however, after completing his shift in the COVID-19 unit, Matthew, 45, got sick. At first, he experienced chills, followed by muscle aches and fatigue.
“It’s not unexpected at all,” says Dr. Christian Ramers, an infectious disease specialist at Family Health Centers of San Diego. “If you work through the numbers, this is exactly what we’d expect to happen if someone was exposed.”
Since Ramers serves on the clinical advisory panel for San Diego County’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout, of course he has to say this. Heck, he probably believes it, too, completely ignoring the fact that the jab failed to protect Michael against getting infected.
According to Ramers, it is perfectly normal to get vaccinated for the WuFlu and still catch it. This is science in action, he insists.
“That first dose we think gives you somewhere around 50 percent (protection), and you need that second dose to get up to 95 percent,” Ramers is quoted as saying.
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COVID-19 vaccines are an autoimmune nightmare
Ramers’ is a convenient story, and one we are likely to hear parroted time and time again by many other medical “experts” as those getting jabbed continue to come down with the very same illness against which they were supposed to derive protection.
By all appearances, President Donald Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” vaccines are actually giving people COVID-19, or perhaps pathogenically priming them to be more susceptible to “catching” it following vaccination.
There is a reason why there has never been a successful vaccine for either SARS or MERS, two other coronaviruses that were spread by the media in years past. Animal models found that experimental jabs for these two viruses caused subjects to be more prone to developing “severe, even lethal disease reactions.”
The failure of these experimental vaccines “involved pathogenesis consistent with an immunological priming that could involve autoimmunity in lung tissues due to previous exposure to the SARS and MERS spike protein,” one study explained.
What this means is that there is a very high potential for COVID-19 vaccines, especially because they were rushed at warp speed, to induce dangerous autoimmune reactions as well as severe disease “when recipients encounter either the wild virus, a similar virus, or a subsequent dose of a vaccine.”
Chances are when Michael receives his second China virus vaccine dose, he will become even more ill, for which the media will blame the virus rather than the vaccine.
Once those who have been vaccinated start falling ill and dropping dead en masse, you can also expect the media to blame those who choose not to get vaccinated, as well as those who choose not to wear a mask.
“All SARS-CoV-2 immunogenic epitopes have similarity to human proteins except one,” the same aforementioned study notes, highlighting the fact that COVID-19 vaccines are almost certain to trigger autoimmunity.
“Roughly one-third of the human proteins are key players in the adaptive immune system.”
Sources for this article include:
- Pathogenic priming in older adults yet another concern with COVID-19 vaccines
- Looking for a date? You’ll need a COVID-19 vaccine first
- Dr. James Lyons-Weiler’s coronavirus research: COVID-19 vaccines contain ingredients known to cause autoimmune disease
- 100,000 doctors & medical professionals oppose COVID-19 vaccine